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ACER ASPIRE 5315 GEMSTONE LAPTOP NEW £199.99 + £3.99 p&p @ Argos Ebay outlet
ACER ASPIRE 5315 GEMSTONE LAPTOP NEW £199.99 + £3.99 p&p @ Argos Ebay outlet

ACER ASPIRE 5315 GEMSTONE LAPTOP NEW £199.99 + £3.99 p&p @ Argos Ebay outlet

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Overview
The Aspire 5315 delivers ultra-affordable entertainment performance for students and home users, encased in Acer�s new, stylish Gemstone design. Utilising the Intel Celeron mobile processor, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950, this notebook possesses powerful multimedia potential.
Affordable Performance
Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic to suit what kind of user you are
The Intel Celeron mobile processor is ready for multitasking on a large scale, even with plenty of intense multimedia
The Mobile Intel 960GML Express Chipset with integrated 3D graphics via the Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950 takes on hi-def applications and displays brilliant, intensive imagery
A wide-aspect 15.4" screen provides 30 percent more viewing area than traditional 4:3 XGA displays, for additional space and more windows
The high-brightness (220-nit) Acer CrystalBrite TFT LCD enhances hi-def video display performance
80GB Serial ATA hard disk offers substantial storage and allows the system to boot up and load multimedia applications faster
Acer Empowering Technology consolidates access to useful computer management tools, giving you more control over your computer
Enjoyable Entertainment
Windows Media Centre lets you listen to music from a variety of sources, enjoy DVD movies, and create multimedia through one convenient interface
Media control keys enable convenient media management while easy-launch buttons facilitate access to often used applications
Far-Reaching Communication
The Acer InviLink 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED solution, supporting Acer SignalUp wireless technology, ensures great on-the-move connectivity

18 Comments

Um even cheaper, thou this doesnt list cpu spec ram etc. Details unclaer, no its not ur fault thou.
Where you finding al these to then?

Wonder how much RAM it has...

Could be good for someone who needs something VERY VERY BASIC.

Spec appears to be poor, i wouldn't be surprised if it's 1GB RAM

# rocessor: Intel Celeron M processor 530 1.7GHz
# Memory:1GB
# HD Capacity: 80 Gb
# Display: 15.4"
# Graphics Card: Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
# Operating System: Vista Home Basic
# Optical Drive: DVD Super-Multi
# Networking: GLAN, WiFi
# Size (WxDxH): 366 (W) x 274 (D) x 33.6/42.6 (H) mm
# Weight: 2.8kg
# Full Specifications:
# Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista Home Basic
# Chipset: Mobile Intel GL960 Express Chipset
# CPU Section:
# Microprocessor Full Name:Intel Celeron M processor 530
# Microprocessor Manufacturer:Intel
# Microprocessor Speed (GHz):1.7
# L2 Cache (KB):1Mb
# Frontside Bus (MHz):533
# Memory:
# Memory Speed (MHz):533
# Memory Type:DDR2
# Memory Size (MB):1024 Mb
# Max Memory Size:2Gb
# Hard Disk Drive:
# Hard Drive Capacity (GB):80 Gb
# Hard Drive Type:S-ATA
# Optical Drive:
# Optical Drive Type:8X DVD-Super Multi double-layer drive
# Optical Drive Fitting:Built In
# Optical Drive Speed Read:24X CD-ROM, 24X CD-R, 24X CD-RW, 8X DVD-ROM, 8X DVD-R, 8X DVD+R, 6X DVD-ROM DL (double-layer), 6X DVD-R DL (double-layer), 6X DVD+R DL (double-layer), 6X DVD-RW, 6X DVD+RW, 5X DVD-RAM
# Optical Drive Speed Write:24X CD-R, 16X CD-RW, 8X DVD-R, 8X DVD+R, 4X DVD-R DL (double-layer), 4X DVD+R DL (double-layer), 6X DVD-RW, 8X DVD+RW, 5X DVD-RAM
# Display:
# Display Type:Acer Crystalbrite
# Diagonal Size (in):15.4"
# Resolution Format:1280 x 800
# Resolution Type:WXGA
# Graphics:
# Graphic Card Full Name:Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100
# Memory:128 Mb Shared
# Interfaces:
# DC in:YES
# Audio out:YES
# Audio out Type:Headphone/speaker/line-out jack
# Microphone Jack:YES
# RJ-11 Direct Port (Modem):YES
# RJ-45 Direct Port (Network):YES
# USB Port (quantity):3
# VGA Connector for Monitor:YES
# Express Card Slot:YES
# Express Card Type:ExpressCard/54
# Battery:
# Battery Type:53.3 W 4800 mAh Li-ion battery pack (6-cell) - 2 hour battery life
# Connectivity
# Built-in Modem:YES, 56K ITU V.92
# Integrated Wireless LAN:YES, InviLink 802.11b/g
# Ethernet network:10/100MHz Ethernet
# Multimedia:
# Intel High Definition Audio compatible:YES
# Built-in Stereo Speakers:YES
# Windows Sound System Compatible:YES
# Features:
# Special Buttons:Easy Launch Buttons: WLAN, Internet, Email, Acer Arcade, Empowering Key, Volume Wheel
# Supplied Accessories
# AC Adaptor:Yes
# Battery:Yes
# Power Cord:Yes

If you are voting cold then you should show where you can buy cheaper...

abhinn

If you are voting cold then you should show where you can buy cheaper...



Maybe people are voting cold beacuse they dont think it is a good idea to buy a laptop runing Vista Home Basic with an 80Gb hard dirve and only 1Gb of memory.

£60 more

hotukdeals.com/dea…548
dual core 500gb instead of 80
3gb ram instead of 1gb
has hdmi better res screen and windows 7
Edited by: "ssjinzo" 27th Jul 2010

They are refurbs for £60 more ????

ssjinzo

£60 … £60 morehttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-cr500-15-6in-laptop-refurb-argo/727548#post9097834dual core 500gb instead of 803gb ram instead of 1gbhas hdmi better res screen and windows 7



Well I can see your point but it's 30% more expensive. If your just going to use it for netting then the upgraded parts aren't so important. Better screen res is a little misleading as most people would benefit more from the 800 pixel vertical resolution on the Acer. Oh and the Acer is new unlike the MSI which is a refurb.
So would vote hot, but it wont let me!

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Well I can see your point but it's 30% more expensive. If your just going … Well I can see your point but it's 30% more expensive. If your just going to use it for netting then the upgraded parts aren't so important. Better screen res is a little misleading as most people would benefit more from the 800 pixel vertical resolution on the Acer. Oh and the Acer is new unlike the MSI which is a refurb. So would vote hot, but it wont let me!



thanks just giving ppl options

Just the usual on here people voting deals cold without coming up with a better price ..

Price isn't everything. I am voting cold because this model is one of the worst laptops ever made. Noisy, slow, over-heating problems, will not run other OS (if you think of installing Windows 7, forget it). I say all this because I had this laptop from new. Get Asus or MSI for another £60, that would be my advice.

...but which is better?

649 available and 11 sold sums it all up as at 18:43.

slow machine and quite large

What's with everyone? This is a BRAND NEW laptop for the price of a crappy netbook. It may not suit the high end taste, but as a teen or starter laptop this would be perfect. And as well, RAM and HDD is easy to upgrade! I have one, lasted 3 years so far, and still going strong apart from the battery.

Granted, it overheats. But mine did not do this during the first 2 years, only just started. It also turns off sometimes. But a 3 year life is really the maximum you should expect from a laptop, especially at this price - I payed £500 for mine!

pet2000

Price isn't everything. I am voting cold because this model is one of the … Price isn't everything. I am voting cold because this model is one of the worst laptops ever made. Noisy, slow, over-heating problems, will not run other OS (if you think of installing Windows 7, forget it). I say all this because I had this laptop from new. Get Asus or MSI for another £60, that would be my advice.



Why couldn't you run windows 7 on it. ? I put windows 7 pro and / ult on 3 of them with 1 gig and they are fine (well fine as in they run it no worse than an AtomCPU with 1 gig of ram)

£199 is not a bad price but £159 - £179 is a more realistic price

Tinners

...but which is better?



Spec-wise, the MSI blows the ASUS out of the water. 3GB RAM & 500 GB HDD & 256MG 8200M vs 2 GB RAM & 250 GB HDD & integrated graphics - for the same price.
ASUS has more heat, but more people watch the X-Factor than QI

Getting back to this deal, personally I wouldn't thank you if you gave me what is little more than netbook spec in a full-size laptop chassis - but for those with more basic needs, and for who a full-size screen and keyboard (and an optical drive) is a plus not a minus with this spec, it seems to be a stonking price. Whack in another gig of RAM and it could even be quite usable.
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